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Ohio lawmaker Cliff Hite pressed staffer for sex, investigation found
 Findlay Republican Cliff Hite resigned earlier this month from the state senate after being accused of sexually harassing a Legislative Service Commission employee, according to commission investigatory records obtained by this newspaper. The female staffer claims she refused Hite’s repeated advances but he told her he could not stop...

Posted: 22 days ago

Findlay Republican Cliff Hite resigned earlier this month from the state senate after being accused of sexually harassing a Legislative Service Commission employee, according to commission investigatory records obtained by this newspaper. The female staffer claims she refused Hite’s repeated advances but he told her he could not stop...
UD student run over by fire truck sues city of Dayton
 A University of Dayton student who was seriously injured after being struck and run over by a fire truck has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $25,000 from the city of Dayton and other parties. On Oct. 22, 2015, then-18-year-old Quinton Kane was riding his bicycle in a bike lane near the United Dairy Farmers on Brown Street when he was struck...

Posted: 22 days ago

A University of Dayton student who was seriously injured after being struck and run over by a fire truck has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $25,000 from the city of Dayton and other parties. On Oct. 22, 2015, then-18-year-old Quinton Kane was riding his bicycle in a bike lane near the United Dairy Farmers on Brown Street when he was struck...
Filling up: Retail returns to downtown Dayton
 Downtown Dayton was once a premier shopping mecca of the Miami Valley. But in recent decades, many longtime retailers in downtown closed up shop for good or fled to the suburbs. This lengthy list includes the Metropolitan Clothing Co. (closed 1984), Lazarus (formerly Rike’s, closed 1992), McCrory Stores Crop. (closed 1997) and Elder-Beerman...

Posted: 22 days ago

Downtown Dayton was once a premier shopping mecca of the Miami Valley. But in recent decades, many longtime retailers in downtown closed up shop for good or fled to the suburbs. This lengthy list includes the Metropolitan Clothing Co. (closed 1984), Lazarus (formerly Rike’s, closed 1992), McCrory Stores Crop. (closed 1997) and Elder-Beerman...
Money race: Dayton city commission candidates raise thousands
 Dayton City Commission candidate Darryl Fairchild outraised incumbent commissioners Jeff Mims Jr. and Joey Williams in the most recent reporting period, according campaign finance records released this week. Mims and Williams are hoping to hold onto their seats on Nov. 7, when they face off against Shenise Turner-Sloss and Fairchild, who...

Posted: 23 days ago

Dayton City Commission candidate Darryl Fairchild outraised incumbent commissioners Jeff Mims Jr. and Joey Williams in the most recent reporting period, according campaign finance records released this week. Mims and Williams are hoping to hold onto their seats on Nov. 7, when they face off against Shenise Turner-Sloss and Fairchild, who...
MAP: This growing area could become the next hot housing spot in Dayton
 One local developer is hoping to change the options people have for living near downtown if they want to be closer to the downtown offerings but not live in the core itself. Oberer Thompson Co. is developing about nine acres of land on Warren Street, just north of the Brown Street business corridor. Phase 1: Flats at South Park...

Posted: 24 days ago

One local developer is hoping to change the options people have for living near downtown if they want to be closer to the downtown offerings but not live in the core itself. Oberer Thompson Co. is developing about nine acres of land on Warren Street, just north of the Brown Street business corridor. Phase 1: Flats at South Park...
HUD has ‘significant’ concerns about Dayton’s handling of federal funds
 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) says it has “significant and continuing” concerns about Dayton’s ability to manage taxpayer dollars after the city forfeited nearly $477,000 in federal funding for not meeting statutory deadlines. The Dayton Daily News in July broke the story that Dayton forfeited...

Posted: 24 days ago

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) says it has “significant and continuing” concerns about Dayton’s ability to manage taxpayer dollars after the city forfeited nearly $477,000 in federal funding for not meeting statutory deadlines. The Dayton Daily News in July broke the story that Dayton forfeited...
New ‘upscale’ condos proposed near downtown Dayton, UD
 The developers of the Flats at South Park project want to build about 30 new condos just down the road from the Brown Street business district. The Flats at South Park project is a four-story building under construction at Burns and Warren streets that will offer 43 new apartments and first-floor commercial space. Developer Oberer Thompson...

Posted: 25 days ago

The developers of the Flats at South Park project want to build about 30 new condos just down the road from the Brown Street business district. The Flats at South Park project is a four-story building under construction at Burns and Warren streets that will offer 43 new apartments and first-floor commercial space. Developer Oberer Thompson...
Dayton airport will look very different after overhaul
 The Dayton International Airport’s terminal is getting a fresh new look as part of one of the largest improvement projects at the facility in decades. The airport’s terminal modernization project will occur in phases, and the first part will include new restrooms, HVAC upgrades, the relocation of the USO offices, lighting upgrades...

Posted: 25 days ago

The Dayton International Airport’s terminal is getting a fresh new look as part of one of the largest improvement projects at the facility in decades. The airport’s terminal modernization project will occur in phases, and the first part will include new restrooms, HVAC upgrades, the relocation of the USO offices, lighting upgrades...
New business to open in old gas station in downtown area
 An indoor cycling studio whose riders synchronize their movements to the beats of the music has signed a lease to move into a former gas station near downtown. Rinse Cycle expects to open in a vacant former Shell gas station property at 760 S. Patterson Blvd., just north of Old Scratch Pizza, likely sometime early next year. Rinse Cycle,...

Posted: 26 days ago

An indoor cycling studio whose riders synchronize their movements to the beats of the music has signed a lease to move into a former gas station near downtown. Rinse Cycle expects to open in a vacant former Shell gas station property at 760 S. Patterson Blvd., just north of Old Scratch Pizza, likely sometime early next year. Rinse Cycle,...
Turner says Dayton mismanaged federal funds, wants detailed plan
 U.S. Rep. Mike Turner, R-Dayton, has turned up the heat on the city of Dayton to address what he says was the loss and mismanagement of important federal funds. A week ago, Turner sent the city a letter saying he was concerned that it lost nearly $477,000 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that was supposed to...

Posted: 26 days ago

U.S. Rep. Mike Turner, R-Dayton, has turned up the heat on the city of Dayton to address what he says was the loss and mismanagement of important federal funds. A week ago, Turner sent the city a letter saying he was concerned that it lost nearly $477,000 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that was supposed to...
UD, WSU, Sinclair and Clark State pledge to partner with Amazon
 Four local colleges and universities have pledged to partner with Amazon as part of a regional effort to try to convince the company to build its second headquarters in southwest Ohio, according to documents obtained by the Dayton Daily News. The presidents of the University of Dayton, Wright State University, Sinclair College and Clark State...

Posted: 27 days ago

Four local colleges and universities have pledged to partner with Amazon as part of a regional effort to try to convince the company to build its second headquarters in southwest Ohio, according to documents obtained by the Dayton Daily News. The presidents of the University of Dayton, Wright State University, Sinclair College and Clark State...
Dayton competes with 237 others for Amazon’s HQ2
 Amazon this morning announced it has received 238 proposals from cities, jurisdictions and other partners across North America attempting to land Amazon’s second headquarters. The Dayton region submitted a proposal. Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland and other Ohio communities did the same. The city of Dayton was part of a regional project...

Posted: 27 days ago

Amazon this morning announced it has received 238 proposals from cities, jurisdictions and other partners across North America attempting to land Amazon’s second headquarters. The Dayton region submitted a proposal. Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland and other Ohio communities did the same. The city of Dayton was part of a regional project...
Dayton Mediation Center to help inmates, staff at county jail
 The Dayton Mediation Center will provide training to Montgomery County Jail inmates and corrections staff to help reduce conflict. The city of Dayton this month agreed to a contract with the jail for a four-year program that will cost the county about $90,000 annually.  The jail has faced a series of lawsuits from inmates who claimed...

Posted: 28 days ago

The Dayton Mediation Center will provide training to Montgomery County Jail inmates and corrections staff to help reduce conflict. The city of Dayton this month agreed to a contract with the jail for a four-year program that will cost the county about $90,000 annually.  The jail has faced a series of lawsuits from inmates who claimed...
Dayton employee fired for moonlighting gets job back
 The city of Dayton must reinstate an employee it fired after the city alleged she worked a second job in conflict with her public employment and violated other personnel policies. In its disciplinary proceedings, the city found Roberta Beyer failed to obtain permission from management before working a second job it says was incompatible with...

Posted: 30 days ago

The city of Dayton must reinstate an employee it fired after the city alleged she worked a second job in conflict with her public employment and violated other personnel policies. In its disciplinary proceedings, the city found Roberta Beyer failed to obtain permission from management before working a second job it says was incompatible with...
Cherry on top: 1,000 trees planted in Dayton, and 1,000 more to go
 Though Dayton lost a huge chunk of its tree cover over the course of several decades, the tree canopy is blossoming again thanks to a nonprofit’s work. A group that vowed to plant 1,000 Japanese cherry blossom trees in the Dayton area has officially exceeded that goal and has now vowed to plant another 1,000 trees in the years to come...

Posted: 31 days ago

Though Dayton lost a huge chunk of its tree cover over the course of several decades, the tree canopy is blossoming again thanks to a nonprofit’s work. A group that vowed to plant 1,000 Japanese cherry blossom trees in the Dayton area has officially exceeded that goal and has now vowed to plant another 1,000 trees in the years to come...
Popular tax break could be history: What it would mean to Dayton
 Proposals to reform the federal tax code could end an incentive that has helped create hundreds of new apartments in downtown Dayton and that developers want to use to create hundreds of new units in the future. The federal historic tax credit is at risk of elimination, which would jeopardize future efforts to rehab many historic buildings...

2:49 PM Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

Proposals to reform the federal tax code could end an incentive that has helped create hundreds of new apartments in downtown Dayton and that developers want to use to create hundreds of new units in the future. The federal historic tax credit is at risk of elimination, which would jeopardize future efforts to rehab many historic buildings...
Nickel a pill: Mayor Whaley’s prescription painkiller surcharge plan
 Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democratic candidate for Ohio governor, today proposed charging a nickel per dose surcharge for every prescription painkiller pill sold in the state. State data show that 631 million doses of opioids were distributed in Ohio, and a nickel surcharge would generate $31.5 million per year to increase funding for local...

3:10 PM Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democratic candidate for Ohio governor, today proposed charging a nickel per dose surcharge for every prescription painkiller pill sold in the state. State data show that 631 million doses of opioids were distributed in Ohio, and a nickel surcharge would generate $31.5 million per year to increase funding for local...
Dayton: Get a light or risk getting a ticket
 Riding a bicycle at night without a light isn’t just dangerous — it’s against the law. Since 2015, about 125 people have faced charges in Dayton Municipal Court for not having the proper bicycle signaling devices, which includes lamps mounted on either the front of the bike or its operator, according to court data. But bicyclists...

6:48 PM Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

Riding a bicycle at night without a light isn’t just dangerous — it’s against the law. Since 2015, about 125 people have faced charges in Dayton Municipal Court for not having the proper bicycle signaling devices, which includes lamps mounted on either the front of the bike or its operator, according to court data. But bicyclists...
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